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CRICKET. Hawksburn (Prahran) Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 September 1907

CRICKET. Hawksburn (Prahran) Cricket Club. The 28th annual meeting of the Hawksburn (Prahrani CC. was held on Friday, 13th. in the Arcade-hall, Chapel-street, Mr Donald Mackin non. M.L.A., in the chair. The annual report was adopted, on the motion of Dr. Val M'Donald. Spe cial reference was made to the change of name to the Prahran CC. The Hawksburn CC, said Dr H'Donald. was well known all over Australia, and it was little wonder that some ot the old members did not wish to part with the name. The size and importance of the city of Prahran, however, demanded a representative CC, and that club should be the Hawksburn. The change was a wise policy, which would not be regretted. Ia seconding theadoption, Mr H. R. Rush took the opportunity to explain the aims and objects of the board of control. Australian cricket, said Mr Rush, was now j controlled bv one representative body, j and all profits arising from interstate j and international matches would be divided pro rata between the clu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 September 1907

By special appointment to His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. And patronised by SIR WILLIAM JERVOIS. ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE. Tel 4S,ss Central Established 1868. JOHN ROSIER, KOOT SPECIALIST, CHIROPODIST and SURGICAL BOOTMAKER. PERFECT FEET PRESERVED in THEIR PRISTINE BEAUTY. CORNS, BUNIONS. INGROWING TOE-NAILS, TELEPES, INVERTED TOES. 'ONTitACIED SINEWS, &e., and ALL MALFORMATIONS in CHILDREN or ADULTS' FEET CUBED or BELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKING MADE A PLEASURE, INSTEAD of MISERY and PAIN. ROSIER'S PEDENTIA for CHILBLAINS. RnsiER'S PATENT NIGHT SUPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENTS, &c. wo rx BF. SA ' GREAT TOES STRAIGHTENED and BUNIONS reduced WITH SPECIALLY PATENTED BOOTS, admitting FREED >M in WALKING in a FASHIONABLE BOOT, while PROCESS of STRAIGHTENING the FEET IS GOING ON by Mr. John ROSIERS t-PEClAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Bros.). Rosmarium Hair Tonic. T> nam a TM 11 m contains, in the first place, all the properties AUDllldil Illili 0f the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 September 1907

MR. A, WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist Hour3 io to i ; 2 to 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send for free Booklet. Indigestion, Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Internal Diseases ticaitd hy the mo t Up-to-date Extracts. &c. r\0TE I am no relative of¿n\on-; of the same name in the same street. Mr Wilson's New Invention. BRAN COMPl'CXD for the -KIN and Ü 'PLX.ON. Send for descriptive circular ; free by post to any address. The Only Herbalist is at No. 17. Tne BLUE ARC LIGHT is my sign. COOKING STOVES. JONES, -314 PostOff ¡oe Place Rear General Post Office. Deal Direct with Ma n nf act ure rs . "V JONEStEBA.'3'4P0PL«; Sole makers "Melba," "Times," ''Harvester," "New Home," "Daisy." 35/% Direct Dealing saves Middlemen's Profit. Copper Boiler, Cast iron Furnaces, Colonial Ovens, JONES,th® Manufacturer, 314 Post Office Place. Telephone 108, City. .THE. CHRI ST. KILDA The College is situated in Westbury Street, Dandenong Road. CALASSES are in active preparati...

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THE BROWN TROUTS STORY. TOLD BY ONE OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 September 1907

THE BROWN TROUTS STORY. -» TOLD BY ON1S OF THEM. A» I know now, I was horn in cap tivity. You would never think it, to see me now, monarch of the pool, but it is true. My earliest recollec tions are of life as an "alevin" ia a nursery pond. There were Borne thousands of us, t in.v little chaps not much longer than your thumb-nail, and we lived in perfect security, protected from oui nut ural enemies, thc heron and his kin. by a neat covering; of wire-net ting. Kvery day, and several times a day. our keeper came to feed us. he pushed a spoon-shaped instrument with a long handle into the water. :iinl shook it about. The spoon bo nier mil of small holes, the food floal ?<! out in tiny atoms, and the whole crowd ol us fought and struggled for 111«1 floating fragments. Milli such a plentiful supply o' .'»ml things, we grew fat. and in a li.nu tlinv months we were shifted to turgor water, called. 1 tn-lieve. ??year ling" ponds. Through these flowed i good current of brook water...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 September 1907

A USEFUL REMINDER : The man who does not Ad vertise will soon need Advertising for. WORTH LEARNING. Tho Caso of Ure. E. TO TTY. {Br a Melbow nt l\rft> :er ) You cannot promo'.e thc interests cf those with whom you come into contact if you neglect to cppriie them of such natters as these when it is in jour I power to do so. and for this instance of considerateness wc have to thank Mrs. Elizabeth Tutty, of Lennox-street, Yarraville, who stated to a reporter: - " I have lived about this locality for tho past seventeen years, and know a good Many of its residents, so it is not likely that I would make a statement vrhich they might be glad to act apon ¡ unless it was thoroughly true." j " That- would bs c very unnecessary thing to do.' remarked tho writer. " I only want to Wave the exact facts re lating to your illness of a couple of years back." j " And I am only too pleased to tell I you, as experiences like mine must he of groat value to everybody. You have ! been told aright." sai...

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Hospital Sunday. POLICE SPORTS AND CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 September 1907

Hospital Sonó ay. POLICE SPORTS AND CARNIVAL. Arrangements liave been nia J.; to bold a monster polire spou- and carnival in the South Yarra Skating Rink on Wednesday even:ivj st, September 25th, in uij ci the Hospital Sunday Fund. A [¡ood programme of snorts will bo s >ne through, for which handsome prizes are offered. Entries are to be ;n not later vhan \i noon on S=-pu-mbe- 24, and all particulars are ob'ainable at the South Yarra police station and rink. The secretarial duties a'e in the capable hands of Constable B. Rose, of South Yarra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 September 1907

V Perfectly Safe and Mild, especially K ? adapted for CHILDREN. B Keating's | Worm I Tablets J ?ff A purely vegetable sweetmeat, furnishing H a most agreeable method ot admiimtermi? fl thc Only certain remedy tor intestinal or fl Thread Worms. H ? Sold in Tins by »tl Pmpgists. fl f Proprietor: THOMAS ^EATING, Londo^fl fT_jni^i_raj-n_j-t ^

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, September 23. Present—Mayor Jacoby, and Crs Stedeiord, Pittard, O'Donnell, Hughes, Connibere, and Billson. PURE FOOD ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

ITEMS FROM ST- KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, September 23. Present-Mayor Jacoby, and Crs Stedeiord, Pittard, O'Donnell, Hughes, Connibere, and Billson. l'L'RE FOO 11 Ai T The Board of Health forwarded a copy of a corrLmüii:C5tlon received from the Grocets' Ass xiation respect- ing regulations under the Pure Foods Act !or securing thecleanii utsri of articles of food. The communication was referred to the public works commitUe. PROPOSED ST. KILPA TEl.EFHuNE I- Ve i i ANGE. The Postmaster-General's Depart- ment wrote, in reply, stating that the question of establishing a telephone exchange in St. Kilda was still un^er considération. CONTROL OK THE YARRA AND WATER SUPPLY. The Town Clerk of Richmond forwarded copies of a resolution passed by a conference of municipal councils relative to the control of the waters of the Yarra and the water supply of the metropolis. The con- td ence (it was stated) was unani mouslv ot opinion that there should be no conflict of authority relative to the ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue ts( Sporting Requisites fr^o a nv address Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. It 'will interest sufferers to know, that a valu.iiiie medicine, called Froo- toids, lias ln'ou discovered, which is now completely curing each of tte above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearauee, and plea- sant to take, and, what is of the ut ir.ost importance, are thoroughly reli- able in affording quick relief. You Uo not require to go on taking them for a prolonged period, as is necessary, with tonte medicines, which even thea are mostly disappointing: you simply take a dose of Frootoids when ill and repeat the dose if necessary, but gene- rally ono dose is quite effective. l'rootjids arc immensely more vnlu al'le t!::in an ordinary aperient, in so fur that they not only act as an ape- rient, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and Inter...

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FOOTBALL. THE LEAGUE PREMIERSHIP. WON BY CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

FOOTBALL. _-_i: THE LEAGUE PREMIERSHIP. WON BY CARLTON. Tile final for the League premier- ship was played on the Melbourne cricket ground on Saturday last between Canton and South Mel bourne.wben there was an attendance of 40,000 paoplí, creat interest being taken in the match. Carlton proved victorious. It was a splendidly con îestri çarr.f, and at the conclusion oniy rivi: po.nts separated the scores, W!IK1I «vre p.s fo'lows : - tf.t'lro", 6 gls 14 hhs (50 points), ?v. nth Melbourne, o gis Q hhs (45 poiu'.s).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

All Saints' Guild Bale. The All Saints' Guild Sate is an- nounced to take place in the Vicarage Garden on Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon and evening next, October 4th and 5th. The prices of admission are-ls, Friday; od Saturday, Children half-price. The sale will be opeped on Friday, at 3 o'clock, by Lady Madden. A number of stalls has been arranged for, and the proceeds are to go to- wards the erection of the proposed Gregory Memorial Hall- The ladies are working zealously towards mak- ing the s.t!e a success and there is pvtty r^.'iï'.ri to anticipa'e that a iuhi'.ant'a1. am >unt will be realised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

11 The Result of Having a Good Name." J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests tbe Public when purchasing: bis " PINEAPPLE BRAND " Bacon to see that it is branded with hi name and trade mark, as unscrupulous traders are continually Sellins cheaper brands of Bacon as HUTTON'S. A WIFE WANTED her husband to go to Shoddy for a Cheap Suit. "No," said he, " the Prahran Tailor for me." Eesult-Wife pleased ; ordered a Costume ; sent her friends. The latest Advices, Fashions, &c, monthly. NOTICENEWADDRESS - WILLIAM TRIGG, ^P^M., 224 MALVEEfî lOAD, One door from Chapel Street, Prahran. Established 23 years at Commercial Hoad, near Market. Tell Everybody. Keep his for Reference. Premiers 190"-The Prahran, Tailor $ St. Kilda F-C

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

_ - I ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are v MI broken ! ia your rest by a sick child snlieriug with the pain of catting teeth ? Go .it, once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor Batterer immediately. It is perfectly harm- less and pleasant io taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes .. as blight as a button." It soothes the oh:ld, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising trom teething or other causes. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup sold by Medi- cine dealers everywhere. THE OPINION OF EVERY ENUUSHUAN is that liberty of speech aud action is the birthright of every free mau. " Britons, never shall be slaves " is one of the most popular of our national songs, and, as a matter of fact, it is impossible for slavery to exist under the protecting shadow of the British flag. lu the same...

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Prahran Town Clerk Retires. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Prahran Town Clerk Retires. A special meeting of tlie Prahran Council was held on Tuesday night last to consider the resignation of tlie town clert, Mr A. M. Mortley, who wrote as follows: ''Feeling that the administration of the ever-increasing affairs of this city have become greater than I am in my present state of health able to carry out wiih the satisfaction I could desire, I am very reluctantly compelled to place my resignation in your hands. Permit ma to ask you tc accept my sincere thanks for the many kindnesses I have received from you." It is stated that for some months past it has been evident to the councillors that Mr Mortley has been in poor health. The supervision involved in connection with the large amount of public work to be undertaken by che council, thc raising of the loan of £55,000, and the many negotiations concerned in launching the proposed Prahran and Malvern tramway, together with the management of a lar^e stat! of officials, has rendered the duties much...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Auction Sales. To-day (Saturday), al 3 o'clock, on the premises, " Laloma," 21 Thanet street, Malvern, Mr Sweyn H Lemme, auctioneer, will sell a handsome double fronted weather- board detached villa, with land 60ft x 120ft. It is an executors' compul- sory sale in the estate of the late Henry W. Peters. Also, on another account, for positive sale, grand building allotment, adjoining, 60ft frontage by l20ft, fenced. On Monday next, September 30th, at il o'clock, on the premises, " Laloma, ' No. 21 Thanet street, Malvern (convenient to Malvern station, High street and Dandenong road omnibus). Mr Sweyn H, Lemme, auctioneer, will sel I, under instructions from Mrs A. S. Peters, superior and well-kept furnishings, including rosewood piano by Aucher Freres, electro-plate. glassware, china, pictures, ornaments, rare shells, and numerous useful sundries. On Saturday next, Oct. 5, at 3 o'clock, on the premises, " Porte Bonheur," 40 Alfred street, Prahran, Messrs Dixon and Seott, in conjunc- ...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

BOWLING The Melbourne Bowling Club, whose green is situated in Windsor, formally opened the season on Saturday last, in the presence of a large attendance of members and visiting bowlers. There was also an excellent attendance of the fair sex. Amongst the visitors Teceived by Cr W. Flintoft, President of the club, were Mr Geo. Fairbairn. M.H.R., and Mr W. Bald, vice-President of the V.B.A. The President gave eve; vane a cordial welcome, a^d the lust rc-wi was bowled by Mrs Prank Dunham. The green was in excellent playing condition, and i match between teams picked by the Poidem .md vice-President was pl.-»ed. The afternoon being fine, one and s ll spent a very pleasant tune. The green was prettily decorated with flags and bunting, and the secretar\, Mr Frank Dunham, had niable com- plete arrangements fer the afternoon's proceedings. The club anticipates having a very success! ul reason.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Cricket Oub Outfit. Consisting of Two Men's All Cane Bats Brass Mounted and Iron Shod Stumps Leg Guards, Gloves Compo. Ball Score Book £1 Us Od. Club secretaries and cricketers should get particulars of the liberal offer by DÜKE AND SONS. E. OWEN. Sports Depot, 281 Chapel-street, Prahran. -fiöAPULIME, KLINX. TENA- i SIT INE. Oememstor broken and other articles.

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South Yarra Methodist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

South Yarra Methodist Literary Society. The above society held its usua meeting last Monday evening, the Rev. Wm. Clemens in the chair. After the usual routine business was finished, an adjournment was made tr> the schoolroom, where a large number of visitors had gathered at the invitation of the society. The subject for the evening was " Dickens* Night," given by the members of the Melbourne Dickens Fellowship Society. The programme was a very interesting one, consisting of essays, readings and recitations. At the conclusion of the programme, Capt. Forsyth moved a vote of thanks to the visitors for their interesting and instructive evening. Mr Yandell seconded, and Rev. Wm. Clemens supported the motion. The next meeting of the society is on Oct. 7th, when a debate, " Town versus Country," will be held As this is a very interest:ng subject, a large attendance is expected.

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Cricket Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Cricket Concert. The annaal concert of the South Yarra Baptist Cricket Club was held in the Baptist Church on Tuesday evening last, when there was a good attendance. The president of the club, Bev. W. J. Eddy, presided. The programme, which had been arranged by Mr R. A. Ferguson, the club's secretary, was one of exceptional merit, and proved highly entertaining throughout, all the items being highly appreciated, as was evidenced by the hearty manner in which they were received. Songs were contributed by Mrs Moroney and Miss Emily Yoong, which proved very enjoyable, as were also the songs by Mr R. Trezize and Mr J. Moy Ling. The Kensington Male Chorus favored with some excellent vocal numbers, and the recitations by Miss Beatrice Hesp, Miss A Coles, Mr Walter Bann and Mr Frank Pizzey were fully appreciated. Mr W. Mercer and Mr S. Dobson Hesp made very efficient accompanists, the latter also playing a piano over- i ture. Mr Ferguson, the secretary, must be congratulated on the great s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

By special appointment And patronised by to His EXCELLENCY THE .¿ir *Jt&IS* " GOVERNOR. J**"*** SIB WILLIAM JERVOIB. OBTHOP/EDIC INSTITUTE. Tel. 48S.S Central Established 1868. JOHN ROSIER, FOOT SPECIALIST, CHIROPODIST and SURGICAL BOOTMAKER. PERFECT FEET PRESERVED in THEIR PRISTINE BEAUTY. CORNS, BUNIONS, INGKOWING TOE-NAILS, TELEPES, INVERTED TOES, roXTKACTED SINEWS, &c., and ALL MALFORMATIONS in CHILDREN' or ADULTS FEET CURED or RELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKING MADE A PLEASURE, INSTEAD of MISERY and PAIN. HOSIER'S PEDENTIA for CHILBLAINS. HOSIER'S PATENT NIGHT SUPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENTS, &c. NOTA DENA : GREAT TOES STRAIGHTENED and BUNION* reduced WITH SPECIALLY PATENTE » BOUTS, admitting FREEDOM io WALKING in a FASHIONABLE BOOT, while PROCESS of STRAIGHTENING the FEET IS GOING ON by Mr. John ROSIERS SPECIAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Bros.). Rosmarmm Hair Tonic. DAnmaninm contains, in the first place, all the properties AOSlUmlUUi...

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